165 Zwei Malrikas mit Kindern auf dem Arm. Two Malrikas, carrying children. 
Schiefer, H 58 cm, B 45 cm. Samalaji, Provinz Bombay, Spät- 
Gupta, ca. 6. Johrhunderi n. Chr. Museum and Picfure Gallery, 
Baroda, Government of Bombay. Reg. No. Ac. 2.545. Sectional 
Catalogue No. Ar. 669. 
166 Siva, von seinem Stier Nandin begleitet; Parvati mit einem Kind im Arm. 
Siva and Parvati with Nandin; Parvati carries a child in her 
Schiefer, H 58 cm, B 44,5 cm. Tintoi, Provinz Bombay, Spöt-Gupla, 
ca. 6. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Museum and Picture Gallery, Baroda, 
Government ot Bombay. Reg. No. Ac. 2.549. Sectional Catalogue 
No. Ar. 667. 
JOURNAL OF INDIAN MUSEUMS 10, 1954, Tafel 11, Abb. 22. 
167* Unterteil einer Frauenfigur auf architektonischem Gesims mit der Darstellung einer Eidechse. 
Vom nackten Oberkörper fällt eine Keffe. Das Gewand 
des Unterkörpers legt sich straff an den Leib, löfjt ihn 
durchscheinen und bildet reiche Seitenstege. An den 
Fufjgelenken schwerer Metallschmuck. 
168 Salabhanjika. Frau greift 
Fragment (only the lower two-thirds) of a standing female figure, 
with the legs crossed, wearing heavy anklets (Nupuras). She is 
thinly draped from the waist downwards. She Stands on a cornice 
on the facade of which is carved a lizard. 
Grauer Sandstein, rot bemalt, Dreiviertel-Relief, H 76,2 cm, 
B 33 cm. Mathura, Provinz Utfar Pradesh, Gupta, ca. 6. Jahr 
hundert n. Chr. Indian Museum, Archaeological Section, Cal- 
cutta. M. 9. 
From the naked upper part of the body hangs a chain. The 
garment above the lower part clings to the body which is visible 
through the muslin. On the ankles heavy metallic chains. 
1883. J. Anderson, Catalogue and handbook of the archae 
ological collections In the Indian Museum. Calcutta 1883, I, S. 183. 
— Exhibition of Indian Art Album. New Delhi 1948, Tafel 12. —■ 
The art of India and Pakistan, a commemorative catalogue of 
the exhibition held at The Royal Academy of Art, London 1947/48. 
London 1949, Tafel 37, Nr. 242. — H. Zimmer, The ort of Indian 
Asia. New York 1955, Tafel 107. 
in das Geäst eines blühenden Ashoka-Baumes. 
A lady standing under a blossoming Ashoka tree grasping a 
Roter Sandstein, H 118 cm. Mathura, Provinz Uttar Pradesh, 
Gupta, ca. 5. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Archaeological Museum, 
Mathura. 3810. 
169 Frauenkopf, mif Ohrringen und Girlanden geschmückt. 
Female head adorned with garlands and ear-rings. 
Roter Sandstein, H 27 cm. Mathura, Provinz Uttar Pradesh, Gupta, 
ca. 5. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Archaeological Museum, Mathura. 261.

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